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Jeong - Camera Orientation Test

True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Cameras can be used in any weather conditions because they are water resistant.
 

 2. 

It is safe to store SD Cards in your pocket.
 

 3. 

The camera should be mounted prior to setting up the tripod.
 

 4. 

Never point the camera lens at the sun or other light source.
 

 5. 

Use the shoulder strap and handle strap when possible.
 

 6. 

Never insert Damaged SD Cards into a camera.
 

 7. 

The tension screws should be loosened prior to adjusting the tripod.
 

 8. 

The tripod should be tested for stability prior to mounting the camera.
 

 9. 

SD Card Readers (internal or external) should be used to copy your pictures to your computer system.
 

 10. 

Approved camera cases should always be used to transport cameras to and from off school photography shoots.
 

 11. 

Return the SD Card to the camera right after you copy your pictures to your computer system.
 

 12. 

Only Media students (Film, Photography, Media) may carry and use borrowed film equipment.
 

 13. 

Photography equipment should never be left unattended.
 

 14. 

Never leave a camera lens mount exposed without a lens or cap covering it.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 15. 

What can be used to clean the lens of a camera?
a.
Acetate
c.
Approved glass cleaning cloths
b.
Any cloth available
d.
All of the above
 

 16. 

Proper storage of batteries and SD Cards is important because:
a.
You don’t want to loose them
c.
You can damage the contacts if improperly stored
b.
To keep the battery properly charged
d.
They can burn a whole in some cloth material
 

 17. 

The camera should be held:
a.
By the LCD panel
c.
By the battery pack
b.
By the lens
d.
By gripping the base of the camera.
 

 18. 

The lens cap should be left on the camera except when:
a.
Setting up the camera
c.
Carrying the camera
b.
Shooting pictures or movies
d.
Storing the camera
 

 19. 

When is it safe to leave a camera out in the hot sun?
a.
The camera should never be left out in the sun
c.
When given permission to do so
b.
Photographing a major picture
d.
At any time
 

 20. 

Dust and sand can damage a camera by:
a.
Getting inside and wearing on the moveable parts
c.
Scratching the lens
b.
Clogging the carriage mechanism
d.
All the above
 

 21. 

When finished copying your pictures over to the computer system, your SD Card should:
a.
be returned to the camera
c.
put in the card case and stored in the envelope slot on the equipment wall
b.
kept with you
d.
left in the Card Reader
 

 22. 

Equipment may be left unattended only when:
a.
Photographing yourself without anyone else around
c.
You’re trying not to bump the camera
b.
Equipment is never left unattended
d.
Not in use
 

 23. 

Camera and other gear accessories such as lens caps, spare lens, diffusers, and spare batteries should be stored where when not in use?
a.
In a safe location
c.
In its case (eg: camera case)
b.
In your pocket
d.
on a table
 

 24. 

Borrowed equipment is the responsibility of:
a.
The teacher
c.
The person operating the equipment
b.
Student’s parents
d.
The student who borrowed the equipment
 

 25. 

To insert your SD Card in the camera:
a.
force it into the slot
c.
insert it in the right direction in a gentle manner
b.
SD Cards don’t go in cameras
d.
A and B
 

 26. 

Damage to equipment:
a.
Should be ignored
c.
Reported to your teacher right away
b.
Is the responsibility of the teacher
d.
Happens only on Tuesdays
 

 27. 

When using a tripod, always:
a.
Mount the camera before setting up the tripod
c.
Extend the legs, position the tripod, check for stability, then mount the camera
b.
Extend the legs, mount the camera, then position the tripod
d.
All of the above
 

 28. 

When plugging cords into a camera or changing the battery or SD Card:
a.
Ensure the camera is turned on
c.
Turn the camera to LP mode
b.
Ensure the camera is turned off
d.
None of the above
 

 29. 

Equipment borrowed over night must be returned:
a.
When you are finished
c.
Next day
b.
First thing the next morning, before first bell (Block A)
d.
Does not need to be returned
 

 30. 

When borrowing a camera, the person who should operate it is:
a.
The project camera person
c.
Anyone in the film class
b.
The person who signed out the camera
d.
Anyone you feel you can trust
 

 31. 

How should you hold and transport a tripod?
a.
By the tripod head
c.
Extend it fully and carry it with two hands
b.
By the tilt arm
d.
Collapse it fully and carry it by the legs
 

 32. 

When taking a camera home, transport it:
a.
By hand, using the strap
c.
Put it in your backpack
b.
By using a camera case
d.
Carry it anyway you want
 

 33. 

When adjusting the tripod, always:
a.
Tighten everything up first
c.
Just move the tripod and not adjust it
b.
Loosen the correct nob before adjusting the tripod
d.
None of the above
 

 34. 

Who may enter the equipment room?
a.
Anyone who needs equipment
c.
Media Student with Permission from Mr. Schoenhals
b.
Mr. Schoenhals
d.
Both B & C
 

 35. 

Whenever using lights, you should:
a.
keep the light in a well ventilated area
c.
ensure power cables are kept out of the way (tripping hazard)
b.
use gloves for non-LED lamps
d.
All of the above
 

 36. 

When borrowing overnight, who should return borrowed camera equipment:
a.
Friends of a Media student
c.
the Media student who signed out the equipment
b.
Media students
d.
any Riverside student
 

 37. 

Inappropriate material in a student photograph, could result in:
a.
immediate zero on a project
c.
possible adminstration action
b.
prohibition from equipment use
d.
all of the above
 

 38. 

When doing an in-school photo shoot or filming, camera equipment should be returned:
a.
10 minutes before the end of class
c.
the next day
b.
when you are finished
d.
when you have time
 

 39. 

While on a photo shoot or filming, unused camera equipment should:
a.
left unattended
c.
be kept in its right storage case
b.
set aside for later use
d.
be returned to the equipment room right away
 

 40. 

Who signs in your equipment?
a.
The student who took it out
c.
Your Media Instructor
b.
Any Media student
d.
A designated guide dog
 

 41. 

How many people are allowed in the equipment room?
a.
1
c.
3
b.
2
d.
4
 



 
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